Director: Alfonso Cuaron.
Sara is an amazing visionary and dreamer. And this is not surprising, because her childhood was spent in India, a country of fabulously beautiful and mysterious. The girl's mother died long ago, and the father is doing everything so that the daughter does not feel lonely. He considers Sarah a little princess, and is ready to fulfill any of her wishes. But the family's cloudless life is interrupted by the war. The captain takes his daughter to America, where she can study in a private boarding school next to her peers. In his opinion, this is the quietest and safest place in the world. After all, Sarah's mother also studied there.
The girl's life is changing. There are many rules in the boarding house that she never faced. It is forbidden to be late for breakfast and talk to the servants, it is forbidden to wear jewelry and your own clothes. But the saddest thing is that the headmistress does not allow Sarah to tell her friends the stories that the girl comes up with literally on the go. But the most serious test awaits the girl ahead. A few months later, the news comes that her father is dead. The owner of the boarding house, having not received payment, announces to Sara that from now on she will have to work out shelter and food on her own. The headmistress will allow the girl as a servant, but she will have to forget about her fantasies and, of course, about her studies.